Community-Based Live-In Care
Marygrove Group Home
Marygrove is a residential community home providing therapeutic care to four females 8-12 years of age. Marygrove caregivers create a safe, nurturing, and supportive environment that focuses on developing positive connections and meaningful experiences.
Utilizing a strengths-based and trauma-responsive approach, the child’s resiliency is further developed through individualized treatment plans. Children at Marygrove home develop life skills by accessing specialized clinical support, cultural and educational services, as well as social and recreational opportunities. Through our collaborative care approach, all children placed at Marygrove home are supported to reach their full potential, as they develop a sense of meaning, purpose, belonging and hope.
The Marygrove team is composed of the Manager, Program Coordinator, Clinician and Youth Care Practitioners. Supports from Marymound’s Cultural Healing Services team and Resident Elder are available as well.
Matheson Home provides a stable safe environment with a focus on therapeutic care to four females between the ages of 12-17. Our team uses the Resiliency Framework which focuses on relationship building, strength based, attachment understanding and trauma informed care to foster healing and growth in our youth. Our home works with female youth between the ages of 12-17 years old. The youth in Matheson home have the ability to access clinical services such as one-on-one counselling, psychiatric consultation and support.
As a team we encourage and promote our youth to participate in healthy, age-appropriate activities, interaction. Some of these activities range from learning how to cook, participating in cultural activities like sweats, learning mindfulness practices and attending school either in the school in their community or at Marymound School. We also provide our youth opportunity to participate in programming like Marymound Student Work Experience Education Program and our events/activities through our Indigenous Cultural Program. Our team’s goal is that every youth that lives at Matheson home develop a sense of meaning, purpose, belonging and hope.
The Matheson Team is composed of the Manager, Program Coordinator, Clinician, and Youth Care Workers.
Sinclair Group Home
Sinclair Home provides therapeutic care to four males 8-12 years of age with significant attachment challenges and trauma experiences. To promote healing and growth in the children, Sinclair caregivers create a safe, nurturing, and supportive environment that focuses on developing positive connections and meaningful experiences.
Utilizing a strengths-based approach, and building on a child’s resiliency, children at Sinclair home develop life skills by accessing specialized in-house clinical, educational, social/recreational, and cultural services. All children at Sinclair carry individual healing plans guided by the Two-Eyed Seeing Approach. This approach includes both Western and Indigenous healing practices and is inclusive to all cultures, ensuring that a child’s journey of healing will be rooted within one’s family, culture, and community.
Through our collaborative care approach, all children placed at Sinclair home are supported to reach their full potential, as they develop a sense of meaning, purpose, belonging and hope.
Dreamcatcher Home supports youth from ages 12 to 17 to help them form relationships for success in their next placement and/or for Independent Living. The Dreamcatcher program helps to build relationships, provides trauma-informed care and a safe place for youth. The Team helps to advocate for opportunities and programs youth can access for further success. The Dreamcatcher team consists of a Coordinator, Clinician and a team that understands Trauma Informed Care.
The Program Manager and Clinician will review the referral for possible placement at Dreamcatcher.
Please forward referrals for Marygrove Home, Matheson Home, Sinclair Home and Dreamcatcher Home to the Provincial Placement Desk.